How do you dress like a local in Morocco?

Many visitors love the traditional dress of Morocco and want to bring a djellaba or kaftan back. A djellaba is the loose robe-like garment that Moroccan men and women wear over anything. It usually has a hood and, often hand sewn, decoration on it. A kaftan is the fancier version of a djellaba.

How do tourists dress in Marrakech?

Dress for the heat and avoid anything too 'out there' that may attract attention. In the evening, linen trousers or chinos with closed shoes work well, as well as a jacket or blazer for the cooler weather. Make sure to pack a few jumpers if you're visiting Marrakech in the cooler seasons.

What do locals wear in Morocco?

Is Morocco strict on clothing?

The answer is that there is no official dress code in Morocco, and you can wear whatever you feel comfortable in. If you are planning to visit cities like Marrakech or Casablanca, you will see locals and tourists dressed in a variety of styles.

Can you wear leggings in Marrakech?

Yes, you can wear leggings. However, and especially in rural areas, pair leggings with a longer tunic length top that covers your butt. Yes, you also can wear ripped jeans. If you have jeans that are ripped in more non-discreet places they might not be the best choice.

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